We often wonder at the marvel of the human brain. The mystery of how it works, its ability to contain lots of information and run so many of our body functions involuntarily. Yet we often forget that despite our advances
Improv Barter, And A Hat
Brussels is an unusual city. Its population swells on weekdays and you can be very often hard pressed to find a Belgian roaming the streets. Being the centre of the European Union, has resulted in the population possibly being one
Neil+1 Comedy Improv In July!
I’m excited to announce two upcoming Irish dates for “Neil+1“. * July 5th – South Bank Playhouse, Belfast * July 7th @ 5pm – Smock Alley Black Box Theatre, Dublin. Part of the 10 Days In Dublin Festival What is
“Darkness & Light”
In Late 2012, I set up a new theatre and production company, Chicken & Fox Productions as a platform to produce original works and showcase up and coming talent on Irish stages. Our first event took place in December, Sad
“Sad Sods At Christmas” – The Mill Theatre, Dundrum
“Sad Sods At Christmas” in the Mill Theatre, Dundrum on Thursday 13th December at 8pm! A night of monologues and solo performances in aid of Children’s Medical & Research Foundation, Our Lady’s Children Hospital Crumlin. Featuring performances by: Muireann Ryan
Zenprov: Where Improv and Zen Meet!
About 3 months ago, I stumbled across an Improv podcast called “Zenprov”. Naturally the unusual name and the podcast bio prompted me to have a listen to see what it was all about. 2 months later, I was sitting in
The Magic Of The Theatre & “Studio Shorts”
Last night I was at the Mill Theatre watching Balally Player’s “Studio Shorts”. It featured 3 short pieces, “Small Box Psychosis” by Barry McKinley, “Bar And Ger” by Geraldine Aron and “The Phildephia” by David Ives. I love visiting the